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If the solution to the electric part of the spherical wave equations is:
E(r, t) = ( A/r)exp{i(k.r-ωt)
What happens when t=0 and the waves originates at the origin, i.e. r=0 ... which I assume can't be right as you of course cannot divide by zero.
Thanks!
E(r, t) = ( A/r)exp{i(k.r-ωt)
What happens when t=0 and the waves originates at the origin, i.e. r=0 ... which I assume can't be right as you of course cannot divide by zero.
Thanks!